Improving Your Woodland Hills Home With Window Film

What is the best property update for a Woodland Hills home? It’s not fresh paint, refinished floors, or a new landscaping, it’s window tint.

Window tint offers many immediate benefits for Woodland Hills homes and places of business, and is also an investment that pays for itself over time: window film can help reduce your property’s energy costs so much that your savings will more than cover the costs of your window tint installation. The added insulation created by window film also helps reduce your HVAC costs, allowing single pane windows to function like energy efficient double pane models.

Energy efficiency window tint can reduce a Woodland Hills property’s electric bills by rejecting a large percent of the infrared solar heat that warms interior spaces. Once your home or office (or retail space or medical practice) becomes too warm inside, you have to run the air conditioning to cool it, sending utility costs soaring. With solar blocking window tint, your windows let in visible light but reject most of the warming IR light, keeping the interior cooler and requiring less use of electricity.

If you’re interested in window tint for UV blocking, you’ll be glad to know that the same window film that blocks infrared light stops as much as 99% of this harmful light as well. Ultraviolet light is responsible for more than just sunburns: it can lead to faded wood floors, bleached-looking carpets, and discolored upholstery and decor. Protect your Woodland Hills property’s interior with anti-UV window tint.

And rest assured that even dark or mirror-finish one way privacy window tint won’t damage the view out of your property. Top quality window tint lets you see through your windows so well you’ll hardly know the installation was ever completed. But try to look into that Woodland Hills home from outside, and the view is totally obscured. Window tint also has the added bonus of glare reduction: while window film lets in plenty of pleasant visible light, it cuts down on the bright, harsh glare that has you squinting while you try to see the television or computer screen.

Window tint is one of the best, most cost-effective residential or commercial improvement projects possible: it lowers your electric bills, and it even lowers your carbon footprint by cutting down on the amount of power your property consumes.

It also makes the home safer: security window film can prevent smash-and-grab robberies at shops or home invasions by burglars. Security window film prevents glass from shattering into pieces, therefore protecting your property and the people you care about.

Heat Rejection

The Skylights were tinted in this home

UV Ray Protection

The Window film also blocks 99.9% of harmful UV rays

Heat Rejection

Reduce heat and lower your monthly energy bill

Energy saving

Save on your monthly energy bill with window tint